Locating and Bypassing Holes in Sensor Networks

@article{Fang2006LocatingAB,
  title={Locating and Bypassing Holes in Sensor Networks},
  author={Qing Fang and Jie Gao and Leonidas J. Guibas},
  journal={MONET},
  year={2006},
  volume={11},
  pages={187-200}
}
In real sensor network deployments, spatial distributions of sensors are usually far from being uniform. Such networks often contain regions without enough sensor nodes, which we call holes. In this paper, we show that holes are important topological features that need to be studied. In routing, holes are communication voids that cause greedy forwarding to fail. Holes can also be defined to denote regions of interest, such as the “hot spots” created by traffic congestion or sensor power… CONTINUE READING
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